A rich history, gorgeous colonial architecture, and undeniable charm make Puebla and ideal spot for cultural vacation.
With a center cherished for its “outstanding universal value” by UNESCO, Puebla is an enthralling destination for any intellectually-stimulated adventurer. Travelers to Mexico’s fourth largest city are treated to an intoxicating vacation of attractive art, elegant buildings, and exquisite culinary offerings. Visitors will find narrow streets lined with gorgeous Colonial-style buildings while some of Mexico’s most noteworthy ancient ruins provide a unique perspective into the state’s long, varied, and absorbing history.
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Take a culinary tour through Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, and Puebla and experience some of the world’s best gastronomic hotsp... read more »
Take a once-in-a-lifetime cultural voyage around two of Mexico’s great cities, Puebla and Mexico City. This unique itinerary has been... read more »
Explore the nearby countryside on a visit to the state of Morelos and its Magical Town of Tepoztlan. Visit the historic palace and Ca... read more »
Taste your way through Mexico's divine history by sampling some of the finest gastronomic offerings in all of the country with renowned... read more »
- Puebla – Boasting more than 70 churches in the historic city center alone, Puebla maintains its close ties to colonial Spain through its architecture and famed Talavera pottery. After a cultural exploration, visitors should try Puebla’s famous culinary offerings including mole poblano and chiles en nogada — some of Mexico’s most famous traditional dishes.
- Cholula – The oldest continuously inhabited town in Mexico, Cholula is a culturally rich destination and a must-visit for anyone interested in history and architecture. All visitors should stop at the Great Pyramid of Cholula, one of the largest pyramids in the world and, at more than 2,000 years old, a fascinating insight into Mexico’s past.